Do you support Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s partial indoor mask mandate?

GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE, right, announces new actions that the state of Rhode Island is taking to slow a surge in COVID-19 cases, at a news briefing at the Statehouse on Wednesday. At left is a sign language interpreter. / SCREENSHOT OF WPRI-TV CBS 12 LIVE STREAM
GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE, right, on Dec. 15 announced a partial indoor mask mandate to slow a surge in COVID-19 cases. At left is a sign language interpreter. / SCREENSHOT OF WPRI-TV CBS 12 LIVE STREAM
Gov. Daniel J. McKee is reinstituting a partial indoor mask mandate that makes them mandatory in large venues but optional for small businesses, which can instead require proof of vaccination for staff and patrons. For businesses with a capacity of less than 250, proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or indoor masking will be required for…

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